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  • Vivaldi's 'Motezuma,' lost, found, restored, re-imagined

    Vivaldi's 'Motezuma,' lost, found, restored, re-imagined
    Call it a musical homecoming more than 275 years in the making. Antonio Vivaldi's "Motezuma," first performed in 1733 in Venice, was long considered a lost opera, its score having vanished, like so many other works of that era, into the void of history....
  • Richard Ehrlich photographs an archive of Holocaust cruelty

    Richard Ehrlich photographs an archive of Holocaust cruelty
    FOURTEEN months ago, Richard Ehrlich left his office at the UCLA Medical Center, flew to Berlin and rented the best digital camera available. With the 39-megapixel Hasselblad safely stowed, he drove about 250 miles to the small town of Bad Arolsen and...
  • New books shed light on plight of women in Middle East

    New books shed light on plight of women in Middle East
    This month, several outstanding new books on the lives of women illuminate the daily challenge, joy and unfathomable outrage women and girls experience in these countries. Reading them all is a bit overwhelming — like looking into a crystal ball...
  • 'Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife' by Francine Prose

    'Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife' by Francine Prose
    Last week, a video went up on YouTube that shows the only motion picture images ever taken of Anne Frank. It's just a quick glimpse, a few seconds of film. A newlywed couple leaves an Amsterdam apartment building. People hover on the sidewalk, watching...
  • Editor to the stars

    LET'S hit the high points of Judith Jones' career: pushed through the American translation of "The Diary of Anne Frank" and published Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." Edited food legends such as Child, Marcella Hazan, Madhur Jaffrey,...
  • Movie review: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas -- 5 out of 5 stars

    Moviegoers can be forgiven for feeling a little Holocaust fatigue. There have been so many films about the subject, or using it as a backdrop, that there's no shame in feeling a bit numb to it all. And then The Boy in the Striped Pajamas comes along...
  • This weekend: ‘Undercover Boss’ season finale; ‘Treme,’ ‘The Tudors’ debut; PBS delivers ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’

     
    Sunday night means another logjam of major programs. CBS' “Undercover Boss,” the biggest new hit this season, wraps up its first year with a visit to 1-800-Flowers. ABC offers two hours of “Brothers & Sisters” and promises fam...
  • Are there victims of Amazon's killer reviews?

     
    Last week, a literary "whodunit" circling around extraordinarily nasty reviews on Amazon's British website came to a surprise conclusion. The anonymous reviews fit a pattern: The targets were some of the nation's leading academics, and all the reviews...
  • Monster Mash: new leader for Alvin Ailey; more of Anne Frank's diary on display; Banksy's name game

     
    -- Top job: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has chosen choreographer Robert Battle as its new artistic director to succeed Judith Jamison, who is retiring in 2011. (New York Times) -- Wartime record: Nearly all of Anne Frank's diary --......
  • 'Little Miss Sunshine' musical to premiere at La Jolla Playhouse in February

     
    That quirky clan from "Little Miss Sunshine" is heading to the stage. The La Jolla Playhouse has announced it will present the world premiere of William Finn and James Lapine's musical based on the 2006 Oscar-winning film about the down-on-its-luck......
  • Emmy race for best TV movie: Top contenders

     
    HBO has had a stranglehold on this category over the last 17 years, winning 15 times, including the last six contests in a row. Now it competes with more entries than there are slots in the category: "A Dog Year," "Einstein & Eddington," "A Number,"...
  • Long Beach Opera ends 2010 in the black -- and unveils 2011 lineup that offers 'more of the unexpected'

     
    Long Beach Opera is ending its 2010 season with a double splash. The company, which is staging Ricky Ian Gordon's swimming pool-based "Orpheus and Euridice" this weekend, is also finishing in the black -- with a 35% increase in subscribers.......